VLADIVOSTOK, October 27 (Itar-Tass) —— Projects that are implemented in Russia’s Far East are financed as scheduled, Russian First Deputy Prime Minister Igor Shuvalov said on Thursday.
“One should understand that we are unable to do everything at a time. It is impossible to implements all the projects at once. Nonetheless, all the projects in the Far East are financed in a proper way,” he said at a meeting with residents of the settlement Yaroslavka in the Primorsky territory.
“The Russian government is currently working on a documents entitled Development of the Far East and Trans-Baikal Regions till 2025,” he said. “The main thing is to decide on financing. And we, a big team, have arrived here to see how to improve the material and psychological environment. Such meetings help us to determine top-priority directions of the region’s development.”
“We are not going to turn a deaf ear to the questions raised by you, residents of the region, at our meetings. We shall analyze them and give you a direct answer. I would not promise what I cannot do but we shall make efforts to implement straightforward tasks you have set, such as air service, motor ways, support to businesses and social commitments,” Shuvalov vowed.
Shuvalov has been touring the Primorsky territory for four days. He has visited Vladivostok, Ussurisk, Oktybrsky, Pogranichny, Khankaisky and Khorolsky districts.